A Guide to Flower

The smokeable, trichome-covered part of a female cannabis plant is known as a flower. Since flower comes in different shapes and sizes, offering great versatility, let’s take a look at some of its characteristics in-depth!

Types of Flower

Not all cannabis flower is made equal, and different products can offer users different results depending on their THC levels and strain. 
For example, the Sativa strain is known for being great in social settings whereas Indica is better for relaxation. Hybrid, on the other hand, offers users the best of both worlds.

In terms of potency, the premium flower is known to offer the best results while the bottom-shelf flower is considered of lesser quality.

Common Consumption Methods

Cannabis flower is multifaceted, meaning that users can pick and choose their preferred method of consumption, each one offering unique benefits.

Joints

The most common way of smoking flower, joints consist of rolling paper, a filter, and the flower itself which is often ground up using a grinder.

Blunts

 
These differ from joints in that instead of rolling paper, consumers use emptied-out cigar wrappers. These two methods are convenient not only due to their on-the-go properties, but also because materials can easily be found at dispensaries. 

Pipes

A pipe is equally easy to carry around discreetly. These are often made out of glass, ceramic, wood, silicone, and metal. Users must simply fill the bowl with flowers, light it up and inhale through the mouthpiece.

Bong

Also known as a water pipe, bongs are used in order to minimize the heat produced by burning flowers. After filling the bong with water, place flower in the bowl, light, and inhale.

Getting the Right Fit

Try out different methods of consumption to discover one that perfectly fits your needs. For instance, if the smoke from a joint or blunt is too harsh, we recommend trying a bong.

It is ideal for beginners to start off with lower levels of THC. 
Give us a call or an e-mail and we can help you pick the best flower for you!

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